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Rainbow Sherbet Sock Pattern

Rainbow Sherbet Sock Pattern
Rainbow Sherbet Sock Pattern
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This Rainbow Sherbet Sock Pattern is so packed full of color that it really does look like frozen sherbet. This is such a fun knitted sock pattern that you won't want to miss it. These socks are actually knitted at the same time, one inside the other. You'll have to check out the free knitting pattern for all the details, but the result is fun and funky socks that are the mirror image of one another! So just choose two colors you love and set to work on your new favorite, personality-packed sock knitting pattern. 


Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm, Circular Knitting Needles, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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These look like fun little slippers or socks to make. Love this rainbow sherbet color. I have never used the mirror technique to make anything. It sounds a little complicated. I am hoping that once I get started and follow the directions step by step that it will work itself out as I go. Who has made these socks using this method?

I have made socks before and really liked the photo on this pair. However I have never made one inside the other. I need a video on this so I will go searching. Looks like a great way to avoid second sock syndrome but have not tried it yet. Still a nice pattern.

If you've made socks or slippers before you may have experienced Second Sock Syndrome, meaning you finish one sock but can't seem to finish the second one. This pattern cleverly gets you past that second sock issue by having you knit them both simultaneously. And they come out as mirror images of each other.

These are SO unique! I'm just learning how to knit socks, so I'm not quite there yet with these. But they're on my list!!


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